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J. A. C. Arc Determined
Win Scries In Spite of De
feat Last Sunday.
The OnliU league w 111 continue Its
games tomoirow, when the usual clou
hlphcnilir will lu'to nl.iip Blnco tho
crowd la Inrcaslm- every Sunday, It
roes to show that the, kill fnnx mo
Will pleased with 'the games being put
up l the tenuis ihls sirlcs, Tho Jnp
niipse lipyiott t .'Mil on, lint th it docs
not provrnt tho real spoils from nt-
tUlltlllR till' gllllllM
IJist Sunday n lojnl li.ittle wih seen
Ulwoeii the two leading teams. Mini iih
Iho I A C's vvo'i opt, the J, A Cs.
arc nfkr their calps utnl would ilo
nm thing almost for the Hawaii If liny
Irhn the IrnilcYs. hut windier the lla-
wulls enn ilo tliK tniieh lifter having
mhIi hard tuck this scries It Is haril to
Thu I'ortugupso are nt the top of tho
I iililer, mill Jinn igcr I'm run ImppH to
oep them there It will he a hnnl
Job, loo, for nn cf the other pines to
pull tllPIII down
The American .lipineso team Iihh a
fighting chance of ttirr.vlng off the c
rhs rt, ami iih It Is tu meet tho 1
A IV omo more IIiIm series, It will
lurn out to lc a n.ird hnttlp.
In Iho llrst game, tomorrow the Stars
will liukle Iho toinokherM anil tho J.
A tV will meet Die tnllpiulprs
deltas, who has Iipcii pitching line
lull for tho P. A rv., will onco more
In the twirling tr the I' A. On Ills
form support If Rieat anil enn always
Im! ipIIpiI on Joseph will catch, us
rtmies' split huii I k not set well
enough to tiprmll of IiIm pi Ins;.
The .Stars try Kim Yen onto more.
Ilo provpel to hp all rlKht last Satur-
lav, hut IiIh support huh awful.
The second gamp should lip a elundv.
as tho llamills are iletprinlneil to got
out of thplr hole lirforo the series mils.
I.ntn will lie III Iho box for tho Ha
waii, while Medi'lrns will he his oppo-
rent Amiii, who iisuiilly puts up n
Mar gainu for the llawalls, will Im at
his nlil station al.Hinrt, an(1:hi) will lie
i mil lo gilhcr In the hot Tin?.
The grounds at the Athletic 1'arlt at
the l.rt.iont tlnio tire. In the bent of eon-
lltlin, nml the io)h are well pleaHCil
Champion Gotch Played With
Him Match S.o Poor Bets
GcorRo llnckennchiulilt, (lie alleRcil
"Iliisslnn I.lnn," in.ulo mieli it miner
ulila hIiowIiik In tho irrcut iluiniplon
hlilp wrcHttlnR mutch with l'r.ink
(iotcli In CIiIciiko on IJilinr Day that
the funs were illsgitHtcit with him, uc
toidliiK to news from tho mnlnlnnil,
nml the poor match was tho rcntion
for culling tho bctu off.
rollowliiR la an nccount of Iho big
CHICAGO, Sept. 4. Tho BCOKrnpli
leal center of tho wtestllriK worlil was
mnro than cer foil I lied nt Hinnholilt,
In, tho homo of Flank (iotcli, today.
.Mnre)or, Ilefcrco lMnanl V. Smith,
who proclaimed the world's champion
lctor ocr GcorKe HaekunKcliiiililt In
two Ktrnlfiht, quick fallH, declared tli.it
for tho next 10 jenrri thcie would bo
no xlilft of tho wrcHtlltiK capital, mi
ll im Uotch should chooo to cIi.uiko
his place of residence.
The Russian's rIiowIiir was pitiful.
Iho crowd decreed that ho had "milt,"
hut the defeated challenger, throiigli
cnploiiH team, aorretl that ho entered
the nrerin with a wrenchi'd knee, nn
whltlr (locli workcil and speedily re
timed him to an almost liolplpsa state.
In any oent It Is certain that tlm
foreigner's nerves weie nn edge. Ilo
spent a sleepless nli;lit and was palo
when ho crawled through the lopes.
l)r J. J. Davis, who examined both
wrestlera lieforo they went tu tho
lint, declared that wlilln there might
be snmcthing wrnig with thicken
schmldl's knee, It was not evident dur
ing tho examination,
flukes I he Itiisslan Her;.
While It took Dotch 14 minutes and
18 1-5 hpconds to gain thu first fall,
the second fall required only r, min
utes and 32 l-r seconds, which Hack
eiihihrnldt'H friends asfeit . proves
that Ills knoe was in had londlilon.
Iteferoc Smith Is. nnthnrlt for tho
statement that when Golth seemed
the fatal ton lock, which won him tho
second fall, Ilnrkcnseliinldt erlod nut:
"Don't hint my too!" mid a second
Inter "Don't lueak my leg!" and Tell
w Ith his shoulders to tho mat, frothing
at the mouth.
The llrst fall resulted fiom a ro
vcrso body hold after tho men hud
struggled 14 minutes IS 1-5 seconds.
That tcrilblo too hold, for which
Goteli Is famous, was responsible for
tho second fall, .Ilo clamped It upon
Hip left fool of lliickeliRchlilldt anil
ended the Bccond fall In C minutes
32 1-6 BCiollds Scarcely had he ob
tained tho grip when Ilackelischmldl
acknowledged defeat with his should
ers. (.'olrli In Dancer (lure.
llnckonsclimiilt's own statement
that It wns tho easiest world's cham
pionship 'ever won tolls tho story of
tho bout. Gotch never was In serious
dliriuilty at any tlmu during tho
mulch. Neither was bo forced (In ex
tend hlmlclf to win. Tho lovvnn &o't
In nil half ft dnren dangerous lioljlst'oli
his intngonist. llackcnsclimldt had
(Iotcli worrledfbut once. During Ihp
llrst bout llaLkeiiselimldt obtained ji
body hold on Goteli that brought him
to Iho mitt. Hut tho champion wns oil
tho canvas for only n few seconds.
Then ho was only down us far as his
knees. Almost before tho "I.lon"
lealted his opponent was In n itnng
rous predicament, Gotch had wriggled
out of tho hold nnd wns bounding
across the ring to safety. i
Furls of Hie .Malcli.
Winner Frank A. Gotch of Hum
boldt, la, champion of tho woild.
l,osor Georgo llnckensclimldt of
Dorp.it, Itussln, European champion.
First Fall Gotch pinned Huckcn
Rchmidt with ii rovcrsc body "'hold.
Time, 11:18 1-5. l
HicoiiiI fall Gotch pinned Ilncken
srhmldt with a too lock. Time,
Totnl wrestling tliiio lD:fiO 2-n.
Alieriuancc .m.oiiu (cstiuiaieill,
Total reielpls S7,n.".n. t
Gotch's shnro JJl.ODO and CO poi
cent of moving picture prolits.
Hiicketisclimldt's shure i:t,r00.
JacKi Curlcy, Haekensehinldl's man
ager, received $29,937 as his share. .
Kmplro Athletic Club's sbaro
llcforre I.Mward W, Smltli of .Chi
cago. Timekeeper Walter II. Hckcrsall of
Mhj Dels ttrrr Cnlleil Off.
CHICAGO, Sept. r,. CalllriK nlT nil
bets on tho Gotrh-Hackenschinldt
wiestllng malih jeslcrdny has raised
a storm of piotests by tboso who hud
money up on tho winner Herman V
Peliuettlcr, assistant chief of polite,
last night explained tho net Ion by Bay
ing that such procedure Is customary.
An added reason, he said, Is that tho
police are determined to stamp nut
gambling in tho city.
"Itcferco Smith," Chief Schucttlcr
explained, "proposed that the bets bo
lulled off. Ills reason, was that In
case tho match turned out Mo ho n
poor one, as it did, there would bo n
tremonilniis 'squawk' from tho betters
and that wrestling would receive n
serious setback In Chicago.
"You understand, It is quite cus
toiniio to call bets off In events of
this kind. It has little elTcct, its tho
bettors will hack their opinions re
gardless of Iho announcement.
"One morn Husco Ilka this and
wrestling Is a dead card in Chicago."
Warm pi also for President Tnft was
Iho fcatinc of tho platform adopted
by Iho northern New Jeisey Republi
cans In convention nt Ifnekensack.
Samuel Sussmaii ue.ul of tho firm
of Sussman, Wnhusor & Co , died In
Sun Francisco, wheic ho wns engaged
In business for fort) jeais.
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(ERD.T.NOPIII$, tut-, 37 Grul Junn Slriti ttuVA
ZEEDER'S CASE , ,
IS HELD OVER
C.iplnlu feeder of the steamer Si f
licria was to bo brought before tho
Federal court this morning but tis it
Is n holiday ho will now wall over
pntil tho Siberia makes the iclnrii
trip again. Ho will bo asked to ex
plain the piusencu nt opium on hoard
tho vessel during a ptcvloug call at
1 It Is stated Hint twelve out of the
ivvcntj -seven Indictments brought by
I he giaml Jury 'yesterday nro iigiilrtst
"riioncj" Davis. , ,
Anothct of the hiillctmcnts.wns al
io brought against Nichols, Iho man
who committed assault op n man nt
Fort Shutter reservation, a, few weeks
Tho grand Jury meets Monday agnlii
and expects to bring In Its final io
p'irt, during next .week.
THIS MAN HAS TWO
WIVES IN HIS HOME
First 0ic, "Legally Dead" In
sists On Staying,
PITTHHUIIO, Kan. Aug 19 "Hove
hlin nnd 1 can not May away from him
l veil If l.oulsu Is, also Ills wife," do
ll irpil Mis, Anna Catherine Hhalp.
llrst wife of I'eter l Hhnrp nC this clt,
who retuincd here jpsterd.iy from New
Orleans whtro she.went follovvlng n
quarrel with Shtirti's sreond and
ouiiRer wife, Louisa, Tho llrst Mrs
Hh.up today Is a guest again at the
"HIip can stay as long as slip wants
to," said Mrs. Louisa Sharp, last night.
"Hut 1 am to Iip thn Ikish."
Sharp and his fit si wife were part
ed III the great Chicago lire Nine
jours ago he tiiine to I'lttsliurg and
niairled his second wife, Louisa. An
na Catlieilne located Sharp through tho
Unitid States pension bureau. Sim
i'i)tno lure unci found hhn married As
she lind been legally deiid 'ninny veirs,
she had Ilo standing In court. Sharp,
however, took her Into his homo und
for several weeks tho two women lived
hi the house, the llrst wlfo as a guest.
Quarrels caused Anna. Catherine to go
to New Orb ims tu Uvo with u son, ovir
a month ago.
Again It has been proved nnd em
phasized that clilldi en's plujgi omuls
In Honolulu pi,
Tho Children's Aid and Frco Kin
dergailen association held a mooting
jet-tcnl.1), at which' tho chairman of
the plajgiounils committee, Mrs. Mod
erlek O. MutlioMiu, niude her reKirt
mi Iho work for tho four. months end
ing August 31.
Iho repent shows Hint during thai
pei tod 27,000 children In this leno
nfent district liuvo used tho play
The llguics of tho tcpoit showed
that the altendanco of cbildien whMi
had fallen off during tho months off
.iiino nnd .inly consequent on the cni-
)! mcnl of thQ majority of tho oldoi
children In tho plnoapplo ennnoilcn,
was liicii using nnd last month almost
renclied tho iccoul of tho opening
month. Tho fK'tiios aro: May, 7.107,
Juno, ft.812; July, C,3ir,; August, rt,
874. Tho avciago number of chil
dren a dti) using the playground din
ing last month wns 222.
Tho mot hem of thu children also
find tho pln ground, with Its shaded
nrbors and cnmfoi labia benches, h
boon list nrontli, for lustauco 210
spent boiiio hours tlicro with thu cbil
dicii, Tho ciimmltteo report wns further
satisfactory In that it staled thai
"thcio mo no rmiiilicmciilH for the,
pUjgiiiiiud at piesenl.
NIGHT WAR-GAME IS ,
PLAYED OFF HONOLULU
MiilieuvtiiH wllh tho Diamond I loud
scuitlillglilH vviiru Undiirtiiken last
night by thu imyul Ktiitlon tug Navuo
In (iiliiiiland of Chief (luuiior IIiiIiniiIi,
thu lug iitloiiiptliu; In nvndii llio Hliiiflu
of light suit nut uvur llm wains by
HlU lipiqilllllM In llm I'lilt llUKr f(H
Tln NhviiJii left Ilia Imilmr ill 7.
u'ploili nml hIi'iiuh l out IiivwhiU Mo. J
loldil, liit iifim limn hng In Hip'
fin ii uf Hi' llfcli, piijin em mil uf 11,
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